Syhacked: Al Jazeera's news game on the Syrian cyberwar

An interview with Juliana Ruhfus about Al Jazeera's interactive news game #Hacked

Yarno Ritzen, Juliana Ruhfus | | audio

Al Jazeera has launched #Hacked - Syria's Electronic Armies, an interactive news games that puts the user in the role of a journalist who must navigate hackers and viruses. Al Jazeera journalist Juliana Ruhfus talks about the Syrian cyberwar, the challenges of contacting hackers, and the reasons behind making this newsgame.

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Source: Al Jazeera News

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